Symantec Congratulates 2014’s Most Innovative Teachers

Symantec Congratulates 2014’s Most Innovative Teachers

By Cecily Joseph, Symantec's Vice President, Corporate Responsibility

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Alissa Changala and Sarah Batizy—Reading scores jump from 12% to 70%

Liz Chen, Dale Hammer, and Grayson Cooper—A summer of STEM learning

Friday, June 13, 2014 - 7:00am

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In my role as Vice President of Corporate Responsibility for Symantec, I have the privilege of driving the global implementation of Symantec’s community investment strategy and seeing first hand how organizations like Teach For America—our longest-standing philanthropic partner—are helping to inspire leaders, encourage creativity and collaboration, and make a meaningful impact for children and families in communities across the country.

Today’s students will become our next generation of leaders and innovators. As both a parent and a passionate technology professional, I deeply understand the role that education plays in the lives of children, and am honored to congratulate the winners of the 12th annual Symantec Innovation in Teaching AwardsThese awards recognize outstanding Teach for America teachers who demonstrate original thinking and teamwork while increasing student achievement. All of our finalists were impressive, but ultimately, only five winners could be chosen...

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